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U.N. rights expert welcomes Turkish indictments, urges US to release Khashoggi file

Reuters Wednesday, 25 March 2020
The U.N. human rights investigator who led an international probe into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Wednesday welcomed Turkey's indictment of 20 Saudi nationals, saying it was needed as a "counter balance to the travesty of justice at the hands of Saudi Arabia".
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